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At the risk of repeating what all of us hear and read in the news every day, the country is facing a pandemic unlike never before. Everyone is at risk during this public health crisis, but sadly there is a vulnerable population that many of us haven’t thought about. Our loved ones and neighbors fighting…

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Co-parenting is complicated even when there’s not a worldwide pandemic. But today, with schools and businesses closed and social distancing rules in effect, shared custody can be more difficult than ever. With families all over South Carolina facing unemployment, financial uncertainty, and upended schedules, visitation may be in disarray and co-parents may have challenges they…

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The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently warned that anyone who intentionally spreads, or threatens to spread, would be charged with terrorism. According to a memorandum sent out in late March, a person could be arrested for coughing on other people or objects with the purpose of infecting others. The DOJ memo, sent to federal…

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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to greatly affect South Carolina and the rest of the country, and our essential healthcare workers are on the front lines. They’re doing the most difficult work in the nation and deserve the utmost respect. Unfortunately, this can put many family custody agreements into disarray. And, as one ER doctor works…

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Often, people find themselves facing drunk driving charges as a result of being stopped at a DUI checkpoint. Although these types of checkpoints are legal, it’s important to understand your rights and ensure you don’t experience an unfair arrest or conviction. Our firm has compiled some useful information about sobriety checkpoints in South Carolina in…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of our lives, here in South Carolina and across the entire United States. While our law offices have made every effort to continue operations as normally as possible under the circumstances, most courts have been closed. This has been causing chaos and questions for many families with shared…

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One of the uncomfortable parts of divorce is sorting out your marital assets and property. Whether you’ve been married for one year or for 20 years, in South Carolina each spouse has the right to an equitable division of property. If your divorce is uncontested and amicable, you and your spouse may be able to…

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Eyewitness testimony, at least on film and television, can be dramatic and turn a trial completely around. In real life, however, eyewitness accounts aren’t typically so exciting and sometimes don’t even make it to the trial stage of the criminal justice process. Much research has shown that our memories aren’t as accurate as we might…

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As our life expectancies grow longer and we’re able to better enjoy our senior years, remarrying after the death or divorce or a spouse is increasingly commonplace. Remarriages bring up different and more complicated issues than marrying for the first time. For example, you and your new spouse may each have children from previous relationships,…

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